Born into a racing family in 1990, it became very apparent that Aaron would be heavily involved in the motorsport world during his life. At a very young age he could often be found either spectating his father, Rod Morgan at go karting races or family friend, John Cross at British Championship Rallycross events.
Aaron’s first taste of competitive racing came at the age of 7 when he began schoolboy motocross on a 50cc LEM. He started racing with Portsmouth Schoolboy Scramble club and progressed through the bike classes as he got older; achieving multiple race wins and podiums though the years. However when practicing on a 125cc Yamaha in 2006 at the Cusses Gorse circuit, he had an accident on a jump which left him paralysed from the waist down. Aaron spent the majority of the year in rehabilitation at the Duke of Cornwall Spinal injuries unit in Salisbury wondering if he would ever be able to return to racing
At the age of 16 Aaron passed his standard driving test in a hand controlled car which then started the transition from 2 to 4 wheel racing. Shortly after this he was lucky enough to be offered the chance to race again by John Cross, in an adapted E30 3 series BMW. However in order to race he needed to gain a National B race license, which he achieved in May 2007 after a 10 month process. He was the youngest disabled person to ever be awarded this. His first competitive season was 2011 in the Production BMW Championship where he achieved multiple points scoring finishes and was awarded the Stratos control systems ‘Driver of the year’ award in his debut season. Aaron was the only disabled driver to enter the championship during the four seasons that he competed, achieving a best of 12th position.
In 2014 Aaron entered the BMW race days BMW Compact Cup championship, again as the only disabled driver. After a successful 2018 season where he achieved a fantastic 8th position at Thruxton, Aaron has entered the 2019 championship hoping to better his achievements.
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